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New Vector Inspector Plugin is available now

Do you remember the old Vector Inspector plugin which fixes mistakes in vector illustrations for microstocks? The plugin is very useful. But it was made for the Adobe Illustrator a long time ago. There were no any updates. Unfortunately it does not work in the new Adobe Illustrator CC. Is this the end of the Vector Inspector plugin? Can we change destiny?

And we have such opportunity! A team of young and ambitious developers has already started creating new Vector Inspector plugin for Adobe Illustrator. Here you can observe the development: Vector Inspector Pro - Ai-plugin for fast checking of the vector illustrations.

You can free download Vector Inspector Pro plugin here:
VIP developers page

Installation: drag and drop the AIP file to the plugin folder.
C > Program Files > Adobe > Adobe Illustrator > Plug-ins

This project funded like the Crowdfunding. Join if you have the opportunity. And you will get the new version first of all. $ 10-30 is enough.

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